Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) has announced that the HS Results 2012 will be declared on 4th June 2012 and candidates will be able to check them both through online as well as offline mode. As usual, the results of Arts, Science and Commerce stream of the 10+2 exam will be made available from 11:00 AM onward on that day. It will be available in all the district headquarters of the state including Gohpur, Bojali, Hojai, Majuli, Kaliabor and Rangia. The individual college authority will collect the results from the main centres of each district headquarter and will then publish them in the notice boards to let the students find their results. Alternatively, the online mode of checking results is also available through the website of the council which can be reached by pointing the browser to the links www.ahsec.nic.in or www.ahseconline.org.
If you remember, last year the Assam HS Class 12 Results was announced on 23rd May 2011 but this time it is delayed by a couple of weeks due to various problems faced while conducting the exam in the state. It is known that a total of 2,19,240 candidates has appeared from all the streams put together which includes 1,13,121 boys & 1,06,019 girls. Further, the total number of candidates appearing in each stream includes 1,84,013 in Arts, 18,683 in Science, 15,257 in Commerce and around 1,187 in vocational streams. All the examination centres located in the Kamrup district will be able to collect the Assam HS Final result 2012 from Cotton Collegiate HS School, Gopal Bodo HS School, East Kamrup College, South Kamrup College and Rangia HS School.
After the announcement from AHSEC, the matric candidates from all over the state are now highly anticipating a similar move from SEBA to declare the HSLC/AHM results date. However, it seems like there will be further delay as the processing of marks are still in progress as was reported few days back and the same may take couple of weeks more to finalize them. This year the matric exam was conducted amidst lot of controversy and obstacles such as postponed schedules due to Assam Bandh, question paper leak, cow feasting upon answer sheet in Goalpara etc. With all these issues, SEBA seems to be taking its time to ensure that the results are free from anomalies and errors. This year around 3,66,829 students appeared in HSLC & 3013 students in the AHM Exam.